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Table 2 Baseline characteristics of the 4 experimental groups

From: Neurologic effects of short-term treatment with a soluble epoxide hydrolase inhibitor after cardiac arrest in pediatric swine

Parameter Sham + Veh (n = 8) Sham + TPPU (n = 9) CA + Veh (n = 9) CA + TPPU (n = 8) p
Weight (kg) 3.75 [3.54, 4.09] 3.44 [3.26, 3.88] 3.52 [3.44, 3.82] 3.53 [3.24, 3.68] 0.297
ETCO2 (torr) 46 [42, 49] 47 [44, 54] 48 [46, 50] 44 [36, 48] 0.293
Temperature (°C) 38.2 [38.0, 38.5] 38.5 [37.9, 38.6] 38.8 [38.1, 39.3] 38.7 [37.8, 38.9] 0.571
MAP (mmHg) 75 [64, 85] 74 [71, 94] 72 [68, 83] 75 [70, 84] 0.869
HR (bpm) 233 [187, 268] 205 [190, 217] 207 [185, 261] 228 [216, 246] 0.944
Arterial pH 7.41 [7.38, 7.45] 7.36 [7.34, 7.38]a 7.39 [7.37, 7.42] 7.43 [7.41, 7.47] 0.001
PaCO2 (torr) 33 [32, 36] 36 [33, 39] 38 [37, 39] 35 [32, 37] 0.104
PaO2 (torr) 169 [144, 172] 159 [151, 167] 161 [152, 171] 153 [134, 217] 0.987
BE (mmol/L) − 2.6 [− 4.7, 0.5] − 5.1 [− 5.4, − 2.8] − 1.7 [− 3.0, − 0.5] 0.2 [− 3.3, 2.5] 0.047
Hb (g/dL) 11.0 [10.6, 11.2] 10.5 [9.3, 11.4] 10.7 [10.1, 11.0] 11.0 [10.8, 11.5] 0.721
Na (mmol/L) 137 [134, 140] 140 [135, 141] 140 [138, 141] 139 [135, 141] 0.766
Glu (mg/dL) 103 [101, 123] 142 [125, 166] 160 [127, 199] 121 [83, 135] 0.077
  1. All data are presented as median and interquartile range. Data were analyzed by Kruskal–Wallis test with post hoc Dunn’s multiple comparisons test
  2. BE, base excess; bpm, beats per min; CA, cardiac arrest; ETCO2, end-tidal CO2; Glu, glucose; Hb, hemoglobin; HR, heart rate; MAP, mean arterial pressure; Na, sodium; PaCO2, arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide; PaO2, arterial partial pressure of oxygen;Veh, vehicle
  3. ap < 0.001 vs CA + TPPU